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Family rejects Air Force's $5.2 million bid for land near Area 51

Members of the Sheahan family said Monday they have rejected the Air Force's $5.2 million offer to buy their land and mining claims near Groom Mine, next to the secret Area 51 installation where the U.S. military and CIA have tested spy planes and stealth aircraft for six decades.
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Slot machines are tighter but casino revenue isn't much higher

Apparently, slot machine players were onto something. The games have gotten tighter.

New Water Authority ads make saving water sexy — VIDEO

The wholesale water supplier is rolling out its new ad campaign — "There's Nothing Sexier than Saving Water" — this week to coincide with Tuesday's start of the fall watering schedule, which limits irrigation use to three assigned days per week through Oct. 31.

Consultant clears higher ed chancellor of mishandling critical report

A hired consultant has cleared Nevada higher education Chancellor Dan Klaich of any wrongdoing in his handling of a report critical of his agency.

Sandstorm of controversy hits Sunset Park volleyball courts

The sand might hurt your feet after you jump to spike the volleyball and land on the ground.

Las Vegas cancer care provider partners with USC

Another prominent health care organization is planting its flag in Southern Nevada.

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